Vases (84 Subjects)
Banquet with courtesans.
Receptacles to store and serve wine: Craters and oinochoes.
Acrobats performing handstand stunts, from ancient vases.
Scene from the Symposium of Plato, after the painting by Anselm Feuerbach.
Imaginary reconstruction of the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos and adjacent area, Athens.
Imaginary reconstruction of the Agora of ancient Athens.
Women slaves at a fountain (imaginary representation).
Komos scene, from ancient vase.
Greek chariot, from ancient vase.
Statue of Hercules of Farnese, by Glycon , probably based on the original by Lysippos, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples. Statue of Hermes, Vatican Museums.
Drawing of thiasus (Bacchanalian procession), after the Borghese vase, Louvre Museum.
Lekythoi (vases for storing oli destined to funerary rituals).
Types of ancient vases.
Clay figurine and vase seen by the author at the Kapodistrian Museum on Aegina island.
1. Lekythos with relief from Salamis island. 2. Torso of statue from Eleusis. 3, 4. Votive stele with inscriptions, seen by the author at the Kapodistrian Museum on Aegina island.
Excavations at the plain of Marathon.
Tomb raiders at the Isthmus of Corinth.
Strife of Poseidon and Athena, from the western pediment of the Parthenon. Dionysus from the eastern pediment of the Parthenon. Dionysus from the Choregic monument of Lysicrates. The strife of Poseidon and Athena, with other gods present: Ancient vase, which was discovered during the excavations of the walls of the Acropolis and ended up in Cambridge as part of Edward Clarke's collection.
Tomb chamber, Rome (imaginary depiction).
Roman sarcophagi and urns found close to Villa Corsini, Rome.
Urns from Rome.
Phoenician glass vials discovered at Cyprus.
Phoenician pottery discovered at Soloi and Kolossoi, Cyprus.
Top: Catacombs of Milos island: Plan, architectural features and votive offerings. Bottom: Vertical section of pyramid.